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Fuses wont stay in box under hood

Fuses under the hood for fuel pump keeps coming out and pump wont work till you push it back in 95 ford explorer

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The fuse retainers are bent or something or other so you need to take some needle nose plyers and do some rebending on those fuse holders. Also poor connections cause over heating of connections that may cause loss of fuse holder spring tension You may need to improvise by adding a fuse holder and fuse across that bad fuse holder.

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